Developing an Auto Fraud Practice: Part One

February 5, 2020, 2:00 p.m. ET–3:00 p.m. ET
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Business Development
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Client Management
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Spotting and Investigating the Legal Issue
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Strategy: Structuring and Plotting the Case

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Besides purchasing a home, buying a car is the biggest consumer purchase that most individuals will make in their lifetime. Today, there are there are more than 260 million registered vehicles in the United States alone. This number is only growing. The automotive industry is ripe with fraud and pitfalls for unwary consumers. Fortunately, there are several federal and state statutes that serve as tools for consumer attorneys to help rectify the wrongs in the industry and advocate for their consumers.

This two-part webinar series is aimed at consumer attorneys who are either starting a new practice or looking to expand into the area of auto fraud. Part One will focus on the obstacles to getting started, how to set up a new auto fraud practice, and considerations to keep in mind in choosing cases. Part Two will focus on claims and venue, how to find new cases, and tips and tricks for litigation and settlement.

What You Will Learn

• How to set up an auto fraud practice
• How to find viable auto fraud cases
• Tips and tricks for auto fraud litigation

Presenters

Adam G. Taub is the co-founder of Adam G. Taub & Associates Consumer Law Group, PLC, a Michigan consumer protection law practice located in Southfield, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. Adam has represented hundreds of victims of auto Fraud since 1998. His practice focuses exclusively on representing consumers against car dealers, banks, credit card companies, mortgage lenders, credit reporting agencies, and debt collectors. He is a graduate of Wayne State University Law School and received his Bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University.

Elliot Conn is the founder of Conn Law, PC, a California consumer protection law practice headquartered in San Francisco. Elliot has successfully litigated hundreds of consumer cases, both individual cases and class actions. Through his class actions and other complex cases, Elliot has been successful in eliminating over $1 billion in consumer debt on behalf of hundreds of thousands of Californians. Elliot's cases have also put millions of dollars back in consumers' pockets, nationwide. Elliot is AV Martindale-Hubbell rated. Elliot is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law and received his Bachelors of Arts from Colgate University.

CLE Credit

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